Editing and Cinematography: Movement and Transition [WLO: 2] [CLO: 3]

Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Chapter 6 in your course textbook and review Chapter 5 from last week.

Prepare
As you prepare to write this discussion, take a few moments to do the following:
• Review the grading rubric for this discussion.
• Watch all the following movie clips at least twice, paying special attention to the cinematic elements of editing and cinematography under discussion.
Editing: Visual transitions between shots that work to move the story forward.
• The Day the Earth Stood Still (4/5) Movie Clip – Klaatu’s Speech (1951) HD (Links to an external site.)
• Fruitvale Station (1/10) Movie Clip – Helping Kate (2013) HD (Links to an external site.)
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• A Beautiful Mind (4/11) Movie Clip – Nash Cracks the Code (2011) HD (Links to an external site.)
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• The Shower – Psycho (5/12) Movie Clip (1960) HD (Links to an external site.)
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• 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) – Beyond the Infinite Scene (5/6) | Movieclips (Links to an external site.)
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• The Baptism Murders – The Godfather (8/9) Movie Clip (1972) HD (Links to an external site.)
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Cinematography: Camera angles, types of shots, framing, and color all working to set a particular mood.
• Do the Right Thing (1/10) Movie Clip – Today’s Forecast (1989) HD (Links to an external site.)
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• The Long Take: Goodfellas (Links to an external site.)
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• Miriam’s Last Breath – Strangers on a Train (4/10) Movie Clip (1951) (Links to an external site.)
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• Manhattan – The Bridge Scene (Links to an external site.)
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• Moonrise Kingdom (3/10) Movie Clip – Running Away Together (2012) HD (Links to an external site.)
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• I Will Follow (2010) The lovers: Maye & Troy (Links to an external site.)
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• Moonlight – Middle of the World (2016) HD (Links to an external site.)
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